Con­stant mon­i­tor­ing of vital signs will help to notice the first signs of seri­ous dis­eases in a time­ly man­ner. In hyper­ten­sive patients, espe­cial­ly, the tonome­ter should always be at hand along with a set of nec­es­sary med­i­cines. The range of devices for mea­sur­ing pres­sure in phar­ma­cies is quite diverse — man­u­fac­tur­ers offer users both stan­dard mechan­i­cal blood pres­sure mon­i­tors and mod­ern elec­tron­ic mod­els with fix­a­tion on the shoul­der, wrist and even fin­ger.

Judg­ing by the reviews of doc­tors, not a sin­gle elec­tron­ic tonome­ter can com­pete with them in accu­ra­cy. There­fore, mechan­i­cal mod­els are used in all med­ical insti­tu­tions. But you should give pref­er­ence to them only if you know how to use them on your own or there is always a per­son near­by who will help you mea­sure the pres­sure at any time.

Top best mechanical blood pressure monitors

B.Well WM-61

B.Well WM-61

In appear­ance and con­fig­u­ra­tion, the tonome­ter from a fair­ly well-known Eng­lish com­pa­ny almost does not dif­fer from oth­er sim­i­lar mod­els. It is fixed on the shoul­der, the infor­ma­tion is dis­played on the dial gauge. The length of the cuff is 25–40 cm — has an increased size. From the advan­tages of the mod­el, doc­tors high­light the easy rota­tion of the defla­tor screw, a soft pear, clear and large num­bers on the pres­sure gauge. The device is sim­ple and easy to use, the error in pres­sure indi­ca­tors is min­i­mal.

The tonome­ter is made qual­i­ta­tive­ly, rather com­pact in com­par­i­son with mechan­i­cal tonome­ters from oth­er com­pa­nies. Users high­light the low cost of the device as a sep­a­rate plus. The only sig­nif­i­cant draw­back is that there is no pho­nen­do­scope or stetho­scope in the kit.

Little Doctor LD-81

Lit­tle Doc­tor LD-81

In recent years, the devices of this com­pa­ny have been in high demand due to the high qual­i­ty of prod­ucts, mea­sure­ment accu­ra­cy and mod­er­ate cost. The mechan­i­cal sphyg­mo­manome­ter of a stan­dard design on the shoul­der is adapt­ed for the right and left hand, is easy to use and gives a min­i­mum read­ing error. The cuff size is stan­dard — 26–36 cm. It is bet­ter for over­weight peo­ple to con­sid­er anoth­er option.

Fea­ture — built-in pho­nen­do­scope. This design facil­i­tates self-mea­sure­ment of pres­sure. There­fore, the mod­el is rec­om­mend­ed pri­mar­i­ly for per­son­al use. The device itself is made with high qual­i­ty, in com­par­i­son with the most accu­rate mer­cury ther­mome­ters, it gives only a small error, not exceed­ing 3 mm Hg. Art. A small draw­back is the care­less tai­lor­ing of the cov­er, but it has noth­ing to do with the func­tion­al­i­ty of the device.

ARMED 3.02.008 (black head)

ARMED 3.02.008 (black head)

Inex­pen­sive, but high-qual­i­ty mechan­i­cal tonome­ter. Suit­able for over­sized peo­ple, as it is equipped with an enlarged cuff — 46 cm. There is no pho­nen­do­scope in the pack­age — it must be pur­chased sep­a­rate­ly. Despite this, the mod­el is quite pop­u­lar among users. The cuff is not rough, com­fort­able, does not pinch the arm dur­ing pres­sure mea­sure­ment. The pear is not too tight — no exces­sive effort is required dur­ing infla­tion.

Very sim­ple, well-made tonome­ter. High qual­i­ty mate­ri­als are used in its pro­duc­tion. The mod­el suc­cess­ful­ly pass­es the test for accu­ra­cy when com­pared with the per­for­mance of a mer­cury tonome­ter. From user reviews, it is clear that for such a low cost this is a good and reli­able option.

Microlife BP AG1-10

Micro­life BP AG1-10

A fair­ly well-known com­pa­ny that pro­duces high-qual­i­ty auto­mat­ic and mechan­i­cal blood pres­sure mon­i­tors. Specif­i­cal­ly, this mod­el has a stan­dard design, a uni­ver­sal cuff mea­sur­ing 25–40 cm. Pres­sure mea­sure­ment will be equal­ly com­fort­able for a thin and over­weight per­son. The num­bers on the pres­sure gauge are quite large and clear, well read­able. Despite the good qual­i­ty of the prod­uct, self-mea­sure­ment of pres­sure requires at least a min­i­mum skill, since the tonome­ter and pho­nen­do­scope are used sep­a­rate­ly.

Doc­tors do not bypass this device. They leave pos­i­tive feed­back about it, indi­cat­ing its accu­ra­cy and long ser­vice life. With active use in a hos­pi­tal, the tonome­ter can with­stand sev­er­al years. Physi­cians love the cuf­f’s ver­sa­til­i­ty and the high qual­i­ty of the cuff mate­r­i­al. There­fore, they rec­om­mend it for pro­fes­sion­al and home use.

Medical Technology Products МТ-10

Med­ical Tech­nol­o­gy Prod­ucts МТ-10

Inex­pen­sive, but very high qual­i­ty mod­el from an Amer­i­can man­u­fac­tur­er. The pack­age includes the device and a case for its stor­age. A pho­nen­do­scope or stetho­scope will have to be pur­chased sep­a­rate­ly. Char­ac­ter­is­tics are typ­i­cal for a mechan­i­cal tonome­ter — fix­a­tion on the shoul­der, dial gauge, cuff 20–40 cm. The main fea­ture of the mod­el, which is not­ed by all users, is the high qual­i­ty of mate­ri­als and work­man­ship.

Also, users like clear, well-read num­bers on the pres­sure gauge, mea­sure­ment accu­ra­cy com­pared to auto­mat­ic mod­els. If you are look­ing for a qual­i­ty device at a low price, you should con­sid­er this option.

CS Medica CS 105

CS Med­ica CS 105

Anoth­er pop­u­lar com­pa­ny that man­u­fac­tures med­ical prod­ucts. Its elec­tron­ic and mechan­i­cal blood pres­sure mon­i­tors can be found in any phar­ma­cy and spe­cial­ized stores. This mod­el has good char­ac­ter­is­tics — a built-in pho­nen­do­scope with soft ear tips for com­fort­able self-mea­sure­ment of pres­sure, a pres­sure gauge in a met­al case. The pear is equipped with a dust fil­ter for a longer ser­vice life.

The cuff has stan­dard sizes — 22–38 cm, peo­ple with full or mus­cu­lar arms may not fit. Users leave dif­fer­ent — pos­i­tive and neg­a­tive reviews. Some con­sid­er the tonome­ter short-lived, point­ing to the poor qual­i­ty of the rub­ber tubes. Oth­ers like that the cuff is well fixed even on very thin arms. In gen­er­al, giv­en the low cost of a com­plete tonome­ter, the mod­el is of suf­fi­cient qual­i­ty for its price.

Meditech MT-20

Meditech MT-20

Not the most com­mon com­pa­ny in Rus­sia. But the lack of pop­u­lar­i­ty of Amer­i­can med­ical mea­sur­ing instru­ments is due only to a small num­ber of offers in phar­ma­cies and spe­cial­ized stores. On the exam­ple of this mod­el, one can note the high qual­i­ty of the prod­uct — good mate­ri­als, accu­ra­cy of work­man­ship. The cuff with a brack­et is secure­ly and com­fort­ably fixed on the arm. She has a stan­dard size — 26–36 cm.

The manome­ter is met­al, the num­bers are clear. Mea­sure­ment accu­ra­cy when test­ing with a mer­cury tonome­ter does not exceed 3 mm Hg. Art. The pear is not tight, the ear pads of the pho­nen­do­scope are quite soft and com­fort­able. This mod­el can be con­sid­ered for home use.

TAKIO Doctor

TAKIO Doc­tor

This is a stan­dard mechan­i­cal shoul­der sphyg­mo­manome­ter. Comes with a stetho­scope and stor­age bag. The cuff is uni­ver­sal 25–40 cm, made of nylon, sits com­fort­ably on the arm. Inside is a reli­able pneu­mat­ic cham­ber made of latex. The design is spe­cial, not found in oth­er man­u­fac­tur­ers — the pres­sure gauge is con­nect­ed to a pear.

The mea­sure­ment error is the same as for tonome­ters from oth­er man­u­fac­tur­ers — it does not exceed 3 mm Hg. Art. But the ser­vice life is quite long — accord­ing to the man­u­fac­tur­er, it is about ten years with care­ful use.

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